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Cork County Council Arts Funding Opportunities
Cork County Council is currently inviting applications from Arts Organisations, Festivals, Community Groups, Schools and Artists seeking funding for projects and activities in 2019. Several funding strands are open and the closing date for applications for all strands is Friday, December 7th
The Arts Grants Scheme: This scheme is designed to support cultural and community organisations deliver a programme of arts events and activities in 2019. Applications are welcomed from Arts Festivals, Voluntary arts groups, Youth organisations, Groups working with the Elderly, Special Needs, Ethnic minorities, LGBT etc.
Municipal Districts Arts Development Fund: This fund is designed to support new initiatives that will enhance community participation in the arts and to enable community organisations, artists and arts groups to work together for a common goal. Funding through this programme is available for projects in all Municipal Districts in Cork County
Na hEalaíona atá bunaithe ar Ghaeilge/ Irish Language based Arts:
Iarrann Comhairle Contae Chorcaí ar tograí ó Ealaíontóirí, agus Eagraíochtaí Ealaíon d'imeachtaí, tionscadail nó gníomhaíochtaí ealaíne atá bunaithe ar Ghaeilge. Is í aidhm na snáithe maoinithe seo ná tacaíocht a thabhairt d'ealaíontóirí aonair nó do ghrúpaí ealaíon chun obair nua a chruthú nó imeacht nó gníomhaíocht ealaíon atá bunaithe ar Ghaeilge a chur chun cinn.
Cork County Council invites proposal from Artists, and Arts Organisations for Irish Language based arts events, projects or activities. The aim of this funding strand is to support individual artists or arts groups to create new work or promote an arts event or activity that is Irish Language based.
Artist in Schools Scheme: The purpose of the scheme is to enable Primary or Post-Primary Schools work collaboratively with a professional artist on a creative project over an extended period.
The scheme is designed to provide an opportunity for a school to carry out a project that nurtures both the child’s creative imagination and the skills of the teachers involved. Projects can be in any art form, for example, dance, music and composition, drama etc.
Artist Bursary Scheme: This award supports the creative development of practicing artists living and working in County Cork. It is open to professional artists, working in any artform, currently resident in County Cork.
Tyrone Guthrie Bursary: Cork County Council provides two bursaries annually to artists of any discipline currently resident in Cork County to support a two week working period working at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, Co. Monaghan.
Ballinglen Arts Foundation Bursary: Cork County Council provides two bursaries for visual artists to undertake a two week residency at Ballinglen Arts Foundation in 201. This Bursary Award offers visual artists resident in County Cork an opportunity to work side by side with other Irish and International artists in this unique setting.
International Touring and Exhibition Bursary: This bursary is designed to assist individual artists, currently resident in Cork County develop international performing or exhibition opportunities for their work. It aims to provide some financial assistance towards the costs of bringing new creative output by artists living and working in Cork County to an international audience. ... See MoreSee Less
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A huge thank you to Colaiste Pobail Bheanntrai for having us at the Futures Expo 2018.
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The Parents’ Association of Colaiste Phobail Bheanntrai in collaboration with the School’s Guidance Department are delighted to present Futures’ Expo 2018
Welcome all Students, Parents & Guardians
An exhibition of education, training, local apprenticeship & employment options – on your doorstep!
Thursday, 8th November, 2018
Between 2.00 & 5.30 pm
@ The School Sports’ Hall
Launch by County Mayor Patrick G. Murphy @ 3.30 pm
This is an opportunity to meet representatives of various education/training providers from the Munster area & those involved in businesses locally.
This initiative is designed to inspire your thinking & planning what suits you best for the future and we strongly encourage students, parents/guardians to come along to this event ... See MoreSee Less